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Three persons convicted for the Mitrovica Court 2008 riots

By   /  29/03/2013  /  Kosovo, Social, XK Social  /  Comments Off on Three persons convicted for the Mitrovica Court 2008 riots

Prishtina, 29 March 2013 A panel of three EULEX judges at the Mitrovica Basic Court convicted three out of the six persons on trial for the unlawful attack on the premises of the court in the northern part of Mitrovica on 17 March 2008. The accused Marijan Ilincic was found guilty of some of the […]

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Nine paintings signed Nicolae Tonitza sold for EUR 122,300 in Paris

By   /  29/03/2013  /  Culture, Culture, Romania  /  Comments Off on Nine paintings signed Nicolae Tonitza sold for EUR 122,300 in Paris

  Nine paintings signed by Romanian painter Nicolae Tonitza and belonging to Stefania Manoliu’s private collection were sold in an auction organized by the Sadde Auctions House in Paris, for a total of EUR 122,300. According to the auction house’s website, quoted by Mediafax, “Portrait en profil d’une fillette” was the painting that obtained the […]

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Week of Romanian Film in Prilep

By   /  29/03/2013  /  Culture, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, MK Culture  /  Comments Off on Week of Romanian Film in Prilep

Week of Romanian Film will be held in Prilep on March 29-April 5. The event begins with Friday’s screening of film  “Damn this Transition”, written and directed by Cristina Nichitus.

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Bulgaria’s PM on relations with Skopje: Common history must not separate us

By   /  29/03/2013  /  BG Politics, Bulgaria, Politics  /  Comments Off on Bulgaria’s PM on relations with Skopje: Common history must not separate us

  By Clive Leviev-Sawyer of The Sofia Globe Bulgaria’s caretaker Prime Minister, Marin Raykov, said on March 29 2013 that he wanted his country’s common history with the neighboring Macedonian republic “not to separate us”. Raykov, a former deputy foreign minister and ambassador, is head of government in Bulgaria pending the formation of a governing […]

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Panathinaikos wins by 22 at Brose Baskets Bamberg

By   /  29/03/2013  /  GR Sports, Greece, Sports  /  Comments Off on Panathinaikos wins by 22 at Brose Baskets Bamberg

  By George Georgakopoulos Panathinaikos advanced to the quarterfinals of the Euroleague on Thursday courtesy of its comprehensive 82-60 win at Brose Baskets Bamberg, but will have to wait till the last round of group games to find out which spot in the table it is going to get. Led by a spectacular Jonas Maciulis, […]

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PM wants pending issues with troika resolved by April 12

By   /  29/03/2013  /  Finance, GR Finance, Greece  /  Comments Off on PM wants pending issues with troika resolved by April 12

  During a four-hour meeting at the Finance Ministry that finished shortly before midnight on Thursday, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras pressed for all outstanding issues in negotiations with the troika, who are due back in Athens next week, to be completed by April 12 when aurozone officials are to decide whether to release further rescue […]

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Let us avoid harming the interests of Albania’s and Kosova’s consumers and businesses

By   /  28/03/2013  /  AL Politics, Albania, Headlines, Politics  /  Comments Off on Let us avoid harming the interests of Albania’s and Kosova’s consumers and businesses

By Prof. Dr. Edmond Panariti Albanian Foreign Minister OP-ED for Independent Balkan News Agency The brotherly spirit and the strategic partnership between Albania and Kosovo aims at creating conditions for larger pan-Albanian areas with free movement of people, goods and services. The creation of these areas symbolizes the true union of Albanians and helps develop […]

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UK demands less nationalist rhetoric ahead of second round of elections in FYROM

By   /  28/03/2013  /  F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, MK Politics, Politics  /  Comments Off on UK demands less nationalist rhetoric ahead of second round of elections in FYROM

SKOPJE, 28 MARCH 2013 On Thursday, UK Ambassador to Skopje, Christopher Yvon demanded that the second round of elections in fYROM is held in a peaceful fashion, free of nationalist rhetoric. “We expect peaceful and correct elections, although there are no guarantees about this; we don’t know what will happen on April 7. I hope […]

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TAP Submits Decision Support Package to Shah Deniz Consortium

By   /  28/03/2013  /  AL Business, Albania, Business  /  Comments Off on TAP Submits Decision Support Package to Shah Deniz Consortium

TIRANA, 28 MARCH 2013 The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project submitted a comprehensive transportation bid (known as the Decision Support Package or DSP) to the Shah Deniz consortium (The Consortium). Building on the information that TAP provided in October 2011, the DSP will be assessed by the Shah Deniz consortium as part of the project […]

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